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    United Kingdom

Organization profile

Organisation profile

The Agronomy Institute (AI) opened at Orkney College UHI in 2002 and is a market-led Research Centre within the University of the Highlands and Islands (UHI).


Our mission statement is:

 

To establish an internationally recognised centre for the research, development and promotion of temperate plants and their products which contributes significantly to the sustainable economic, social and environmental well-being of the Highlands and Islands of Scotland.

 

The Institute provides a research facility for the development of plants and plant-based products within UHI focussing particularly on the Highlands, Western Isles and the Northern Isles and runs major agronomy projects in Northern Scotland. These are in collaboration with a wide range of academic partners.

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  • Profiles

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    Peter Martin

    Person: Academic Research Active

    20042019
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    John Wishart

    Person: Academic Support

    20172019

    Research Output

    Seaweed fertilisation impacts the chemical and isotopic composition of barley: Implications for analyses of archaeological skeletal remains

    Blanz, M., Ascough, P., Mainland, I., Martin, P., Taggart, M. A., Dieterich, B., Wishart, J., Sayle, K. L., Raab, A. & Feldmann, J., 1 Apr 2019, In : Journal of Archaeological Science. 104, p. 34-44 11 p.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

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    Ancient barley landraces adapted to marginal soils demonstrate exceptional tolerance to manganese limitation

    Schmidt, S. B., George, T., Brown, L., Booth, A., Wishart, J., Hedley, P., Martin, P., Russell, J. & Husted, S., 15 Dec 2018, In : Annals Of Botany. p. 1-13 13 p.

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  • 1 Citation (Scopus)
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    Searching for the Origins of Bere Barley: a Geometric Morphometric Approach to Cereal Landrace Recognition in Archaeology

    Wallace, M., Bonhomme, V., Russell, J., Stillman, E., George, T. S., Ramsay, L., Wishart, J., Timpany, S., Bull, H., Booth, A. & Martin, P., 16 Nov 2018, In : Journal of Archaeological Method and Theory. 25, p. 1-18 18 p.

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    Student theses

    Quantitative analysis of active compounds found in Arnica montana and Arnica chamissonis in relation to varied provenance, environmental and agronomic factors.

    Author: Barron-Majerik, E., 3 Jul 2011

    Supervisor: Smith, M. (Supervisor), Martin, P. (Supervisor) & Gray, A. (Supervisor)

    Student thesis: Doctoral ThesisDoctor of Philosophy (awarded by OU/Aberdeen)

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